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We're honored to introduce our featured ambassador Katherine Matias @khat.mandu
We sat down with Katherine and talk about yoga, life and more. Here's a few highlights . . .
What experience brought you to yoga?
My first yoga class was on a cold high school classroom floor with my substitute teacher. I could barely remember much of the poses but it was the first time I had ever heard the term “sitting bones”. What I do remember was sitting in sukhasana and drifting into mediation. She said something along the lines of “move your breath through your blood wherever your body needs it.” And I felt my intentions go there! It was the first time I felt this ZING of presence. It was like a little gift wrapped in a ribbon and it was the best present I had ever given myself. I was shocked and blissed out by the time I had opened my eyes. I was probably 17 years old at the time. And so the journey began.
Talk about an experience as a student of yoga that has changed you.
Eoin Finn once said in class: “Yoga is a feeling. Not a shape.” He is my greatest teacher. There had been so many pulls to practice but I find whats kept me coming back was the ‘bliss’ sensation. Not the pose. Not the workout or to get flexible. Yoga is so many things for us individually. On some days Yoga is joy. Most days it’s release. It’s opening and unraveling, challenging and sometimes heart wrenching. When I first heard these words, it became a subtle but powerful shift in my practice. I began not to teach to achieve the perfect pose. I taught how to create tiny pockets of space whether its in the physical body or in between every breath.
My practice is not about goals anymore. I practice what feels delicious for me, that day, that moment. It serves me in the end, because practicing what feels good, leads you seamlessly towards other postures you may not have aspired to reach. Patience takes us there.
Read more about our interview with Katherine at http://yolohayoga.com/yoloha-life-blog/
#yolohafamily #yoloha #yolohayoga
We're honored to introduce our featured ambassador Katherine Matias @khat.mandu We sat down with Katherine and talk about yoga, life and more. Here's a few highlights . . . What experience brought you to yoga? My first yoga class was on a cold high school classroom floor with my substitute teacher. I could barely remember much of the poses but it was the first time I had ever heard the term “sitting bones”. What I do remember was sitting in sukhasana and drifting into mediation. She said something along the lines of “move your breath through your blood wherever your body needs it.” And I felt my intentions go there! It was the first time I felt this ZING of presence. It was like a little gift wrapped in a ribbon and it was the best present I had ever given myself. I was shocked and blissed out by the time I had opened my eyes. I was probably 17 years old at the time. And so the journey began. Talk about an experience as a student of yoga that has changed you. Eoin Finn once said in class: “Yoga is a feeling. Not a shape.” He is my greatest teacher. There had been so many pulls to practice but I find whats kept me coming back was the ‘bliss’ sensation. Not the pose. Not the workout or to get flexible. Yoga is so many things for us individually. On some days Yoga is joy. Most days it’s release. It’s opening and unraveling, challenging and sometimes heart wrenching. When I first heard these words, it became a subtle but powerful shift in my practice. I began not to teach to achieve the perfect pose. I taught how to create tiny pockets of space whether its in the physical body or in between every breath. My practice is not about goals anymore. I practice what feels delicious for me, that day, that moment. It serves me in the end, because practicing what feels good, leads you seamlessly towards other postures you may not have aspired to reach. Patience takes us there. Read more about our interview with Katherine at http://yolohayoga.com/yoloha-life-blog/ #yolohafamily #yoloha #yolohayoga

Yoloha yoga Instagram

We're honored to introduce our featured ambassador Katherine Matias @khat.mandu
We sat down with Katherine and talk about yoga, life and more. Here's a few highlights . . .
What experience brought you to yoga?
My first yoga class was on a cold high school classroom floor with my substitute teacher. I could barely remember much of the poses but it was the first time I had ever heard the term “sitting bones”. What I do remember was sitting in sukhasana and drifting into mediation. She said something along the lines of “move your breath through your blood wherever your body needs it.” And I felt my intentions go there! It was the first time I felt this ZING of presence. It was like a little gift wrapped in a ribbon and it was the best present I had ever given myself. I was shocked and blissed out by the time I had opened my eyes. I was probably 17 years old at the time. And so the journey began.
Talk about an experience as a student of yoga that has changed you.
Eoin Finn once said in class: “Yoga is a feeling. Not a shape.” He is my greatest teacher. There had been so many pulls to practice but I find whats kept me coming back was the ‘bliss’ sensation. Not the pose. Not the workout or to get flexible. Yoga is so many things for us individually. On some days Yoga is joy. Most days it’s release. It’s opening and unraveling, challenging and sometimes heart wrenching. When I first heard these words, it became a subtle but powerful shift in my practice. I began not to teach to achieve the perfect pose. I taught how to create tiny pockets of space whether its in the physical body or in between every breath.
My practice is not about goals anymore. I practice what feels delicious for me, that day, that moment. It serves me in the end, because practicing what feels good, leads you seamlessly towards other postures you may not have aspired to reach. Patience takes us there.
Read more about our interview with Katherine at http://yolohayoga.com/yoloha-life-blog/
#yolohafamily #yoloha #yolohayoga
We're honored to introduce our featured ambassador Katherine Matias @khat.mandu We sat down with Katherine and talk about yoga, life and more. Here's a few highlights . . . What experience brought you to yoga? My first yoga class was on a cold high school classroom floor with my substitute teacher. I could barely remember much of the poses but it was the first time I had ever heard the term “sitting bones”. What I do remember was sitting in sukhasana and drifting into mediation. She said something along the lines of “move your breath through your blood wherever your body needs it.” And I felt my intentions go there! It was the first time I felt this ZING of presence. It was like a little gift wrapped in a ribbon and it was the best present I had ever given myself. I was shocked and blissed out by the time I had opened my eyes. I was probably 17 years old at the time. And so the journey began. Talk about an experience as a student of yoga that has changed you. Eoin Finn once said in class: “Yoga is a feeling. Not a shape.” He is my greatest teacher. There had been so many pulls to practice but I find whats kept me coming back was the ‘bliss’ sensation. Not the pose. Not the workout or to get flexible. Yoga is so many things for us individually. On some days Yoga is joy. Most days it’s release. It’s opening and unraveling, challenging and sometimes heart wrenching. When I first heard these words, it became a subtle but powerful shift in my practice. I began not to teach to achieve the perfect pose. I taught how to create tiny pockets of space whether its in the physical body or in between every breath. My practice is not about goals anymore. I practice what feels delicious for me, that day, that moment. It serves me in the end, because practicing what feels good, leads you seamlessly towards other postures you may not have aspired to reach. Patience takes us there. Read more about our interview with Katherine at http://yolohayoga.com/yoloha-life-blog/ #yolohafamily #yoloha #yolohayoga